C821-27 CSX 807 holds back the T795-26 with big mac 4808 leading down the grade into the tail track at Hagan as the 807 will become the head end of the train for the next movement thru the switchb... (more)
C821-27 CSX 870 rounds the curve at Hubbard Springs pushing the T795-26 loaded coal train north to Hagan Switchback and then on to Loyall and Corbin, KY. and with the train traffic down to 2 or 3 ... (more)
The loaded Benedict train is about to congest traffic in downtown Pennington Gap on Morgan Avenue at dusk on the longest day of the year and the 1st day of summer.
The empty Benedict train is easing up to run thru a slow order a few miles shy of Pennington Gap.
CSXT 725 has coupled to the coal car that has been sitting in the house track for several months waiting for a new drawbar, with all the drawbar and knuckle replacement done it can go to Loyall Ya... (more)
This is a Loyall to Benedict local empty unot coal train from here 799 will pull to the near the end of the track at the Scott Hollow Church the conductor will cut the cars and he will back them d... (more)
The rear of the train is still inside Natural Tunnel.
This train is experiencing a rather slow crew change due to a highway bridge being torn out and under new construction. This requires the train crews travelling by highway from Loyall to take a bi... (more)
CSX 733 will soon be pulling south off of the house track to assist a loaded train from the Saint Charles, Virginia branch. also a good portion of downtown Pennington Gap is visible in the backgro... (more)
CSX Transportation, CSXT 5105 GE CW44AH at CSX Howell yard in Evansville, Indiana June 28, 2014.
CSX CW44AH 528, sits in Selkirk with it's cab lights on, while more GE can be seen in the fuel plant.
An eastbound unit coal train of CSX rolls through Boone, VA on NS trackage rights.
The pride of the fleet! These three wreck-damaged motors were involved in the most recent Popes Creek derailment. After massive rains they ordered a loaded B803 coal train to go down the Creek (... (more)
An eastbound manifest freight train rolls through the middle of Matthews, North Carolina on March 22, 2014.
After waiting out several north bounds, Q261 pulls out of the siding at Fort Montgomery to continue south to New Jersey.